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  • News | IVC
    Artist General Information Overview Dance Audition Information News Book Us Alumni Guest Artist Calendar School of the Arts Academics Home Dance Degrees Associates in Arts AA Certificates Courses Information Dance 65 Movement Science Performance Performing Dance Ensemble Technique Theory Performances Video Event Flyers Posters Page Content Certificate of Proficiency in Dance Technique The certificate in dance technique is designed for students interested in vocational opportunities in the local entertainment job market The program allows students to study a variety of dance techniques and styles to prepare them to audition at any of the numerous performance based entertainment venues in the region or pursue further study Students must complete all courses in the certificate program Major Requirements with a grade of A B C or P A minimum of 12 units in the certificate program must be completed at Irvine Valley College Career Options Professional Dancer Transfer Preparation Courses that fulfill major requirements for an associate degree at Irvine Valley College may not be the same as those required for completing the major at a transfer institution offering a bachelor s degree Students who plan to transfer to a four year college or university should schedule an appointment with an IVC

    Original URL path: http://academics.ivc.edu/arts/dance/pages/certificate.aspx (2016-02-13)
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  • Computer Science | IVC
    designed for students who are developing computer programming skills in preparation for professional careers and or transfer to a four year college or university Courses are intended to meet the needs of students at various levels of competence from the novice to the expert The department acquaints students with the presently available methods of computer science that are useful in solving problems of science industry and government prepares students for the additional formal education and self education required in this ever developing field and fosters students abilities to solve computer science problems The Major Students may take individual courses to gain expertise in specific areas or they may take courses collectively to earn the Associate in Science degree or Certificate in Computer Information Science with a concentration in any one of three different areas Students seeking to develop programming skills may pursue either the Computer Languages emphasis which introduces a variety of programming languages and each language s many applications the Business Programming emphasis which concentrates on programming for business applications or the Systems Analysis emphasis which explores the structured design and implementation of software systems Students seeking immediate workplace competencies also have the option of completing the 15 unit

    Original URL path: http://academics.ivc.edu/mcse/cs/Pages/default.aspx (2016-02-13)
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  • Degree Programs | IVC
    all lower division courses required for the Bachelors Degree in Art History at most accredited universities Additionally it allows the student to further his or her educational interests in specialized fields within Art History Art Theory or Museology The Associate of Arts Degree in Art History provides the student with the foundational knowledge and critical skills necessary to the study of art history In addition he or she is introduced to the theoretical methodologies applied in the recognition and analysis of an aesthetic image or object The curriculum focus is twofold first to expose the student to a variety of works art and architecture from various world cultures and secondly to engage the student in a critical discussion that addresses the work s distinct formation inside a unique cultural context Associate degree graduates with this preparation will excel in the university environment and or apply their acquired knowledge to personal advancement education or multiple art related career opportunities The development and state approval of the Degree Program in Art History at IVC have resulted in numerous courses that address art and culture the expansion of the survey sequence to include a third non western survey and introductory courses in art media and theory DEGREE TRACKS TRACK ONE Western Premodern Early Modern Year One Fall Art 4 Art 104 Spring Art 24 Art 25 Year Two Fall Art 26 Art 31 Spring Art 27 Art 30 TRACK TWO Western Late Modern Postmodern Year One Fall Art 4 Art 104 Spring Art 25 Art 133 Year Two Fall Art 26 Art 29 Spring Art 27 Art 28 TRACK THREE Non Western Premodern Postmodern Year One Fall Art 4 Art 104 Spring Art 22 Art 25 Year Two Fall Art 23 Art 26 Spring Art 27 Art 24 or28 All students should review

    Original URL path: http://academics.ivc.edu/arts/visual/history/pages/degrees.aspx (2016-02-13)
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  • Design Model Making & Rapid Prototyping | IVC
    many new areas of development in the representation and construction of models digital simulation and rapid prototyping The new certificates in industrial commercial and transportation design are intended to prepare students with the skills necessary to design products and build models using both traditional and emerging technologies Students will gain a unique insight into both the physical and digital disciplines of model making and design cultivating technical and arts skills based on critical thinking Model Making and Transportation Design This certificate program will engage students in the methods and techniques used to explore record and communicate the visual information in design Career options include transportation design model making and digital design simulation and prototyping Industrial and Commercial Design Industrial and commercial design is a valued part of many industries including architecture product and packaging media and entertainment The core courses in this program study the elements of creative thinking and interpretation used in the design process including the techniques and methods used to construct prototypes and models In advanced courses students will explore a number of options in digital architectural and media simulation modeling and rapid prototyping Career options include simulation modeling and model making in architectural design and entertainment

    Original URL path: http://academics.ivc.edu/mcse/dmp/Pages/default.aspx (2016-02-13)
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  • Program Degrees and Certificates | IVC
    Courses Degrees Certificates Visual Arts Department School of the Arts Academics Home Page Content PROGRAM DEGREE CERTIFICATE Overall the Digital Media Arts program is occupational in nature While most of the courses are transferable to CSU and some to UC students should consult with their counselors or the Transfer Center to determine the extent to which courses may apply to specifici programs at four year institutions This Associates of Science degree and Certificate of Achievement are intended to prepare students for the fundamentals of digital media art and design including graphic design and digital photography Associate of Arts Degree in Digital Media Art AA The Associates of Arts degree includes the following required and elective courses 24 units Plus all general education requirements Certificate of Achievement Digital Media Art The Certificate of Achievement includes the following required and elective courses 24 units Minus completion of general education requirements Required Core Courses Students must successfully complete all 18 units of the following core courses Restricted Electives Students must choose 6 units from the following courses URL IVC Gainful Employment Disclosure Statement Digital Media Art Body Business Sciences Technology Innovation Center Room BSTIC 203 B 2nd Floor Joseph Poshek School of the

    Original URL path: http://academics.ivc.edu/arts/visual/dma/pages/program_degrees_and_certificates.aspx (2016-02-13)
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  • Home | IVC
    the solution of specific problems with an emphasis on residential and commercial wiring design and troubleshooting of wiring systems The curriculum provides for application of theory using hands on learning environments Transfer level mathematics will be employed MAJOR The electrician trainee certificate program equips students for entry into the electrical industry in areas such as residential wiring commercial wiring facility maintenance and troubleshooting electrical circuits and equipment The solar trainee program is designed to both prepare students new to the industry and upgrade skills of those already employed in the electrical and solar photovoltaic industry The electrical and solar technology certificate programs provide a solid foundation for immediate employment or further study in either of these fields After obtaining a certificate in either program a student may seek employment as an electrical trainee or solar installer who designs tests and services residential wiring commercial wiring photovoltaic systems facility maintenance and installation of electrical equipment The solar photovoltaic systems technician certificate of proficiency is designed to provide the knowledge and skills required to work as an entry level technician for a photovoltaic PV dealer installer or contractor The student is introduced to residential wiring system design installation methods safety and OSHA

    Original URL path: http://academics.ivc.edu/physci/electrical/Pages/default.aspx (2016-02-13)
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  • Electronic Techonology | IVC
    electronics where you ll work in a hands on environment with high tech devices and products like Computers and peripherals Communication devices radios televisions cellular phones and modems Medical equipment Entertainment products CD stereo and video games Automotive equipment computerized engine controls test equipment and car stereos Industrial equipment monitors controllers robotics Through laboratory and classroom instruction at Irvine Valley College you will learn how to troubleshoot repair design and manufacture today s electronic equipment as an electronic technician or engineering technologist If you enjoy applying classroom learning to solving practical problems in a hands on environment you should consider a career in Electronic Technology You re in the Right Place at the Right Time Irvine Valley College is located in the Irvine Spectrum the center of the Technology Coast extending from Santa Barbara to San Diego a fast growing region containing 6 counties and 18 million people with 19 000 technology firms employing 400 000 workers in the computer software biomedical telecommunications automotive aerospace and consumer electronics industries A degree or certificate in Electronic Technology from Irvine Valley College will equip you for immediate employment in these fields Or you can continue your education at California State University Pomona

    Original URL path: http://academics.ivc.edu/physci/electronic/Pages/default.aspx (2016-02-13)
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  • Entrepreneurship | IVC
    startups promoting innovation from within existing businesses commercializing research or developing a nonprofit The entrepreneurship program opens students to a wide range of career possibilities including Working within established businesses as an entrepreneur to expand existing markets develop new products or implement new programs Purchasing a franchise acquiring an existing business or starting up a new venture Managing growth of an existing business Creating new product programs or services that address social needs in new and different ways through public sector work These career possibilities provide the opportunity for personal wealth and career fulfillment Smaller growth companies are a significant source of economic growth in employment new technology products and services Students are encouraged to combine entrepreneurship education with other disciplines Management Marketing Real Estate and Computer Information Management are typical choices Art music athletics science technology engineering and math fields also hold great potential for entrepreneurs In reality developing the entrepreneurial mindset is the key in every discipline to unleashing the power of knowledge towards improving society developing economically and creating personal well being and wealth No items found Business News Strategy for Entrepreneurs Orange County Entrepreneurs Orange County Business Journal Faststart Studio The Don Beall Center for Innovation

    Original URL path: http://academics.ivc.edu/bus/entrepreneurship/Pages/default.aspx (2016-02-13)
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